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at the national institutes of health on these ingredients alone. >> that's very interesting. 60 minutes recently did a show on the difficult battle against counterfeit drugs from other countries. now, is this a problem with supplements too? >> it's a huge problem. the national institutes of health recently uncovered that all glucosamine and chondroitin, it's not the same. as much as 90 percent of these ingredients come from china and there's significant problems with counterfeiting, contamination, low-quality ingredients, skimping on ingredients, and even using low and unproven dosages. this is an example of a troubled industry that needs to be completely reformed. supple, on the other hand, has no ingredients from china, and we use only the most high quality, best ingredient sources available. we don't use any of these unethical and deceptive business practices. just listen to these real supple users who have learned that there's nothing more powerful than what's in supple. >> i've had back pain on and off since i was probably in my mid 20's, and since i've been taking supple i haven't had to d
the flu epidemic with the direct every of t director of the national institutes of health. >> pretty much everyone i know is sick right now. this is everywhere. >> i will ask the doctor how do you know if it's the flu? we have a lot of people sick around here. is it the flu? do you not have the flu? >> wash your hands and take care of yourselves. four minutes after the hour. james holmes will be tried for murder in the colorado movie theater rampage. that decision from the judge who presided over his three-day evidence hearing this week. holmes will be arraigned today on 166 counts of first degree murder and other charges. he's accused of opening fire ensie inside an aurora, colorado theater killing 12. >>> a 16-year-old who opened fire critically wounding a classmate at his bakers field, california high school claims he was bullied. investigators say he shot two boys and shot again but missed. the kern county sheriffs are saying he also had a hit list. the sheriffs also say a teacher and a counselor deserve high praise for talking the gunman down. >> this teacher and this counselor stood
to an official with the national institutes of health. we talked to dr. sanjay gupta about the high death toll expected. humans. even when we cross our t's and dot our i's, we still run into problems. namely, other humans. which is why at liberty mutual insurance, auto policies come with new car replacement and accident forgiveness if you qualify. see what else comes standard at libertymutual.com. liberty mutual insurance. responsibility. what's your policy? isurprise...it's eating less. to losing weight. i'm hungry just thinking about it. thank goodness for new slimful. one delicious, 90-calorie slimful and a glass of water, like before dinner, helps keep me satisfied for hours. so instead of this much, i only need this much. and slimful tastso good... i don't even miss dessert. slimful and a glass of water... eating less is a beautiful thing. >>> welcome back. we have breaking medical news tonight. the flu outbreak that has been spreading so fast now qualifies as an epidemic according to the national institute of health. here's what he just told cnn. >> if you look at the charts that the cdc
threshold. that according to an official with the national institutes of health. we talked to dr. sanjay gupta about the high death toll expected. çtoooowl ♪ [ male announcer ] this is karen and jeremiah. they don't know it yet, but they're gonna fall in love, get married, have a couple of kids, [ children laughing ] move to the country, and live a long, happy life together where they almost never fight about money. [ dog barks ] because right after they get married, they'll find some retirement people who are paid on salary, not commission. they'll get straightforward guidance and be able to focus on other things, like each other, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. >>> welcome back. we have breaking medical news tonight. the flu outbreak that has been spreading so fast now qualifies as an epidemic according to the national institute of health. here's what he just told cnn. >> if you look at the charts that the cdc put out on their website, it clearly has gone above that threshold, so we're into what would classically be described as a flu epidem
's brain at the national institutes of health to back them up. abc news and espn have learned exclusively that seau's brain showed signs of cte, chronic traumatic encepolopaty. >> what was found in junior seau's brain was cellular changes consistent with cte. >> it means that he had a lot of head-to-head collisions over the course of 20 years of playing in the nfl. >> reporter: the actual cells in his brain you now know suffered damage. >> exactly, yeah. >> reporter: gina seau, junior's former wife to whom he remained close and his four children decided to donate his brain to the nih to try to understand why the man they loved and knew as an outgoing leader on and off the field changed so drastically in his final few years and ultimately ended it all, detached and alone. >> a lot of things towards the end of his life, patterns that we saw and things that worried us. his decision making and his ambition decreased. >> he would sometimes lose his temper. he would get irritable over very small things. kind of go off the grid for a couple weeks. >> reporter: all symptoms, experts say, of cte.
functioning autism and all received intensive therapy. research was founded bit national institutes of health say those children show normal language, face recognition, and social interaction and no autism symptoms. studies are underway and it is hopes the findings could point the way to effective treatment. >> nearly kidnapped. next at 5:00, a neighborhood on alert after a toddler is nearly scratched from her mother's arms. >> you think your come shoot -- commute is a struggle? this is a strike causing a major nightmare in a >> live from the kgo broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> good wednesday morning. middle of the week. so glad you are with us. i am kristen sze. >> we are glad mike is with us. >> good morning, everyone, nice to see you on this hump day. live doppler 7 hd shows high pressure, still very dry air mass. no clouds. no radar runs. a little bit of frost inland. our big story for all of us is going to be the "spare the air" with no wood burning although the poorest air quality is north bay all of us are under the umbrella. 20's and 30's inland. that is where we will fine the
and support. skeptics say the children may have been misdiagnosed. research was funded bit national institutes of health. the san jose sharks are sharpening their skates for the delayed start of the season with individual tickets on sale today and fans were greeted at the h.p. pavilion. the box office opened an hour ago. tickets are available online and over the phone. the sharks have their game on sunday in calgary, the first home game is on thursday. >> debatable whether it will be colder in calgary than it has been here but we are warming up. >> we will be warmer the next few days. we will show you beautiful live shots around the bay area looking south to the bay and san francisco and haziness in the air with high pressure compressing the air and that is why there is a "spare the air" alert in effect. we will take you to another like shot from the east bay hills looking out, you can see the haze and the air is trapped. that will bring us poor air quality and probably stay with us for the next few days. we will take you to live doppler 7 hd showing us clear skies all around the bay area as i
. skeptics say the children may have been misdiagnosed. research was funded bit national institutes of health. the san jose sharks are sharpening their skates for the delayed start of the season with individual tickets on sale today and fans were greeted at the h.p. pavilion. the box office opened an hour ago. tickets are available online and over the phone. the sharks have their game on sunday in calgary, the first home game is on thursday. >> debatable whether it will be colder in calgary than it has been here but we are warming up. >> we will be warmer the next few days. we will show you beautiful live shots around the bay area looking south to the bay and san francisco and haziness in the air with high pressure compressing the air and that is why there is a "spare the air" alert in effect. we will take you to another like shot from the east bay hills looking out, you can see the haze and the air is trapped. that will bring us poor air quality and probably stay with us for the next few days. we will take you to live doppler 7 hd showing us clear skies all around the bay area as it sweeps f
funded by national institutes of health. >> a new report says state of california is not doing enough to curb tobacco use. american lung association released it's report today. california got high marks for protecting people from secondhand smoke but say the state gets an f for frailing to raise cigarette taxes in 12 years two. cities are doing well in the fight against smoking. lung association gave both san francisco ask oakland b grades for efforts. >> shark fans line up to get in on what is left of the hockey condition. >> that isf÷f=# right. now, you can get tickets too,. >> and jimmy kimmel's guests >>> coming up at 6:00 the practices of wells fargo bank coming under fire. why some groups are calling for an investigation of a bank program that one woman calls a debt trap. >> and come together rescue of an endangered speesy. why a group saying not enough of being done to keep the sierra red fox from becoming extinct. >> what a beautiful animal. thank you. see you at 6:00. >> san jose sharks are sharpening skates for nhl season. >> vitd game tickets went on sale today. >> a numbe
to the head and has given a grant to the national institute of health to study injuries in athletes. >> we need to better understand it, better diagnostic capabilities, ways to assess this before somebody passes away or diagnose it. >> reporter: seau's family issued a statement saying they were saddened that he suffered from that such a deliberating condition. . >>> changes are coming for some of america's most popular sleeping pills. turns out they work a little too well. the fda is requiring makers of ambien and similar sleeping pills to lower the dosages. the problem, increased risk of injury due to morning drowsiness, specifically car accidents. regulators wants the dosage cut in half for women. >>> so many people have the flu right now that the makers of flu vaccines and tamiflu spray for kids are running short for both. the flu is widespread in 45 states. so far california not one of them. we're lucky here. a lot of people think they have the flu but they really have a bad cold. how we can tell the difference. >> i say the best way to tell the two apart is with the flu symptoms hit y
. his family asked the national institute of health to study his brain t. had abnormalities with blows to the head. the nfl now faces lawsuits from 4,000 former players who say the league withheld information about the effects of concussions. >>> a major league baseball and its players union have greened to expand -- graebed to expand its budget test -- agreed to expand its budget season. this is the first time any professional sport will test fhgh. under the -- for hgh. tests were only done during spring training. in addition, major league baseball says it will keep records of each player levels. >>> a school shooting in a california schools a bad situation that was prevented from being much worse. >>> a moving mess alg dlined from -- message by young people for young people. >>> he was upside down. he was alive. >> risking life and limb, the her rowic effort to help the truck driver -- heroic effort to help the driver in this crash. a [ crickets chirping ] [ traffic passing ] ♪ [ music box: lullaby ] [ man on tv, indistinct ] ♪ [ lullaby continues ] [ baby coos ] [ man announcing
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as a football player. he shot himself back in may. earlier this month, the national institute of health released a report of his brain injury saying he had degenerative brain disease likely caused by repeated blows to the head. >>> a bay area grocery chain giving customers a discount. we'll tell you why. >> reporter: an outside consultant coming in to help the oakland police department combat crime. the controversial vote by the city council overnight and what's being done to address community concerns. >>> stanford scientists say they've developed a again ecically engineered gene of h.i.v. the technique involves a break in the gene dna and a stacking of resistance cells at that location. scientists say the technique could one day replace a lifetime of medication for people with h.i.v. infections. >>> our state is experiencing a state income tax bump. we may finish the month $4 billion ahead of what forecasters expected. it could be the biggest one- month overage in recent memory. the state celt a record on the 16th when the franchise tax board received $2.2 billion in taxes. experts say the exc
, two years after he retired. yesterday the national institute of health said say you's brain had consistent abnormalities consistent with chronic traumatic encephalopathy or cte. >> in some cases they have exhibited behaviors such as impulsivity, irritability, aggression, memory loss, and suicidal thoughts. >> saeu is the fifth former l player to have committed suicide to have found to have had cte. >>> in playoffs, beginning next season, players will be tested for human growth hormones throughout the regular season. last year players were tested for hgh during spring training. >> to the nba now. some last-minute heroics sunk the heat in miami. lebron james snapped his 54 streak. fourth quarter, under a minute to go. a three-pointer to put the trail blazers ahead. portland held on to beat miami. 92-90 is the final. >>> and an upsetting college hoops. it was arizona's first loss of the season. the ducks now winners of 178 straight home games including this season. oregon beat arizona, 70-66. >>> when we come back, sleep drug dangers. important recommendations for women who use the
. >> reporter: the family donated his brain to the national institutes of health. we learned that tests showed visible signs of damage. it's a concussion related injury that shrinks and hardens brain tissue. hard knocks a major part of the nfl. >> if you add up all the days of practice, training camp and games, that's a lot of hits. >> reporter: recently the league has come under fire. more than 4,000 former players and sued the league in a landmark class action lawsuit. they claim the nfl misled them for decades on the risks of brain injury. this is just no focus on the most important part of your body, which is your brain. >> reporter: the league insists it's made players safety a top priority. the family said they understand that violence is part of football and while the hits make the highlight reels. it's not worth it to not have a dad. >> reporter: the nfl said that the findings on the brain under score the need for more research on concussion related injuries. abc news washington. >> much more of the interview with the family just keep it right here for world news at 6:30. >>> we are
are learning that he did indeed suffer from degenerative brain disease. the national institutes of health released a study showing that his brain had the abnormalities consistent with chronic encephalopathy. >>> a lake braddock high school baseball player was paralyzed in a tragic diving accident. he was told he would never walk again but he proved everyone wrong. in october, balancinger received a baseball medal, and at the ceremony he stood up and took a few steps. his medical bills are mounting, and this weekend there is a benefit to help his family pay for them. it's sunday night at national cathedral school. there is a dinner, a silent auction with everything from trips to flying less son, even a package that the nationals have donated. for more information on that benefit you can head over to our website, wusa9.com. >>> well, do you need ambien to help you sleep at night? why the fda is going to start cracking down on just how much is in that pill that your doctor gives you. >>> and we know you love all the dirty details, but wait until you see what kind of nasty stuff russ is servi
, this news could not come at a worse time, because the national institutes of health "announced a moratorium on new chimp research funding." and they're "retiring 110 government-owned chimps," despite the fact that due to lack of funding, our chimp sanctuary system has no more space. so now all those apes that we could have humanely fired into the sun are going to be released onto the streets! but i'm sure they'll be able to forgive and forget all that scientific testing we put them through and live together in peace. right? oh, my god! oh, my god! please. we've got to get the ayatollahs to shoot our retired chimps into space. oh, they'll never do it-- unless we tell them the chimps are gay israelis. [ laughter ] they'll do anything to get them off the planet. [ laughter ] but folks, the other threat to america is president obama's recent 23-point executive order gun-control grab-orama. [ laughter ] this is a full-on assault on our right to full-on assault. that's why it's more important than ever to remember the gun rights advocate battle cry. >> from my cold dead hands! [cheers and applaus
, you know, for every dollar that goes to the national institute of health only 10 cents negotiation to the national institute of mental health. we are now beginning to really understand mental illness and the brain. the pharmacological advances and advances in brain science are a brand new era into understanding these things and developing treatment and prevention for them. the answer is not to put people on lists. the answer is not to allow more guns. the answer is to restrict, you know, assault weapons and ammunition and the answer is to begin, you know, reducing stigma and shame for these diseases, these mental health illnesses and addiction and treating them. i wrote "recover to live" because i believe that, you know, everybody has a right to find out good information about what they're suffering from and if they want the to make changes in their life to have a blueprint for that change and my book does that. >> you talk about addiction in the book obviously. what degree of moral capability is there. if you're predisposed you're predisposed. if i have a beer, you have a beer, i'
drinks especially diet soda. researchers fortunate institutes of health -- for the national institutes of health looked at 270,000 people. those who drank more than 4 cups a day were 30% to develop depression. coffee seems to have the opposite effects being 10% less likely to have depression >>> fresh grocer tony tantillo shows us how to pick out and store grapefruits. >> reporter: well, today's tip of the day is going to be is going to be with pink grapefruit from the indian river valley of florida. but you have to select them and store them right the first time or otherwise, going to be bitter. and that you don't want. when you buy them, you want to make sure that they are heavy for their size like all citrus. the heavier the better. make sure the exterior of the grapefruit has a beautiful color to them and not a lot of cracking whatsoever or shriveling. cracking, sometimes when a grapefruit is stored too long or any sitted trust, it starts to crack. when you bring them home, don't store them in the refrigerator but always store them on
. the national institutes of health says former nfl linebacker junior seau had a degenerative brain disease linked to multiple head traumas when he committed suicide last spring. seau is the latest professional football player to be linked to a disease known as chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or cte. the findings could mean more trouble for the nfl, which is facing lawsuits involving some 2,000 players, claiming the nfl deliberately hid the dangers of head trauma. >> cnn has now confirmed the death of nfl superstar junior seau. >> reporter: on the second day of may last year, junior seau texted his ex-wife and children, "i love you," pointed a gun at his chest, and pulled the trigger. friends and family were left devastated, searching for answers. >> i don't understand who would do this to my son, but i pray to god, please, take me! take me. leave my son! but it's too late! >> reporter: when they learned the 20-year nfl football veteran took his own life, the primary question became, why? close friend marcus wiley spoke to espn shortly after his death. >> we were there for you, man. like,
the epidemic threshold according to an official with the national institutes of health. we will talk to sanjay gupta about the high death hole expected. [ children laughing ] move to the country, and live a long, happy life together where they almost never fight about money. [ dog barks ] because right after they get married, they'll find some retirement people who are paid on salary, not commission. they'll get straightforward guidance and be able to focus on other things, like each other, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. ya. alright, another one just like that. right in the old bucket. good toss! see that's much better! that was good. you had your shoulder pointed, you kept your eyes on your target. let's do it again -- watch me. just like that one... [ male announcer ] the durability of the volkswagen passat. pass down something he will be grateful for. that's the power of german engineering. ♪ back to you. [ male announcer ] how could switchgrass in argentina, change engineering in dubai, aluminum production in south africa, and the aerospace indust
, the national institutes of health found evidence of hardened brain cells like these. telltale signs of chronic traumatic disease. >> all concurred with the diagnosis of cte. >> reporter: chronic blows to the head, including concussions, can cause cte. the symptoms include dementia, mood swings and depression severe enough to lead to suicide. >> the combination of depression and lack of impulse control probably contributes to the suicide we see. >> reporter: researchers have documented 50 football players stricken by cte, 35 nfl players, 6 high school players. >> cte is not being seen in individuals without repetitive head injury. >> reporter: this revelation has summoned the nfl, questioning their own health. >> at times i do forget things, the sleepless nights you may have, you start to wonder are you down that path towards cte? >> reporter: the seau family noticed his change in personality in the last years of his life. from outgoing, hard charging family leader, to withdrawn loner who ended it all by shooting himself in the chest, leaving this three word on a text to his children and ex-wif
? well now it appears he did. exams of seau's brain by the national institutes of health revealed he suffered from chronic traumatic encephalopathy, cte. it's a degenerative brain disease with alzheimer's-like symptoms. mood swings, aggression, memory loss and depression. and it happens when repeated hits to the head lead to a build-up of proteins in the brain. and you can see the difference under the microscope. the clean, white brain, a normal brain. the brown, spotted brain, a cte-impacted brain. more than 30 former professional players have been diagnosed with cte. but dr. russell lonzer who oversaw seau's examination says we still don't know how big the risk is. >> we need to understand better the incidents preference. we need to develop diagnostic tools to diagnose it, potentially, before someone passes away. we need to better understand the etiology of it so we can better manage this disorder in the future. >> but keep in mind, we hardly even talked about cte just a few years ago. there are mysterious components of it that we're going to stay on top. >>> up next, how to avoid
. the national institutes of health found evidence of shrunken and hardened brain cells like these, tell-tale signs of chronic traumatic encephalopathy. >> all concurred with the diagnosis of cte. >> reporter: it can be a lethal chain of events. chronic blows to the head, including concussions, can cause cte. the symptoms include dementia, mood swings and depression severe enough to lead to suicide. >> the combination of depression and lack of impulse control probably contributes to the suicide that we see in this group of individuals. >> reporter: researchers have documented 50 football players stricken by cte. 35 of them nfl players. six high school players. >> cte is not being seen in individuals without repetitive head injury in our experience. >> reporter: today's revelation about the toughest among them has some in the nfl questioning their own health. >> the times i do forget things, the sleepless nights you may have, you start to wonder, are you down that path towards cte? >> reporter: the seau family noticed his sudden changes in personality in the last years of his life. from o
, the collisions are out of control. >> they donated his brain to national institute of health. he showed visible signs of chronic encephalopathy. that shrinks and hardens brain tissue. part of the reason it's the most popular sport. >> if you add up all these days of practice, training camp and games, that is lot of hits. >> recently the league has come under fire. more than 4,000 former players have sued the league in a landmark class action lawsuit. they claim the n.f.l. misled them for decades on the risks of brain injury. >> there is no focus on the most important part of your body which is your brain. >> the league insists it's made safety a top priority. they understand that violence is part of football and hits make the highlight reels. >> it's not worth it for me. >> the findings on his brain underscore the need for more research on concussion related injuries. >>> and coming up at 5:00, cheryl jennings will sit down with two former bay area football players that struggled with depression. that coming up at 5:00. >> underage league baseball will begin blood testing its players for human
his death. test results from the national institutes of health show he had a brain disease called cte, caused by repeated blows to the head. symptoms can include memory loss, aggression and depression. >>> now to a life or death struggle that has captured attention around the world. 11 whales trapped under the ice, running out of breathing room. and just as a rescue mission was ramping up, something unexpected took place. it's all happening way up in remote northern quebec. and nbc news chief environmental affairs correspondent anne thompson has our report. >> this is a scene of beauty and bewilderment. the ocean's top predators, killer whales, fighting to breathe in canada's hudson bay. this pod of orcas has become an internet and international sensation. watching whales that can grow to 8 tons, taking turns coming up for air in a hole the size of a pickup truck. dr. tim binder is a marine biologist at chicago's shed aquarium. >> they're a very social animal, used to living and traveling in groups so they work together as a dynamic group. >> reporter: the 1,800 residents of nearby co
diet drinks to an increased risk of depression. researchers from the national institutes of health tracked more than 250,000 adults, then followed up ten years later. people who drank more than four cans a day of soda, iced tea or punch were at least 30% more likely to develop depression than those who drank none. that risk was even higher for people who drank diet beverages. >>> over the past two decades, roughly 5,000 bow scout boy sco risen to eagle scout. >> each one of them has george maher to thank for it, even in a small way, but it's george's own eagle scout award that's at the heart of tonight's bay area proud. our garvin thomas joins us now with his story. >> janelle, for those 20 years, george maher has volunteered for the advancement team, double checking applications, filing awards. because of that perhaps no one better knows what it takes to be an eagle scout than george. well, that and the fact he completed all the requirements himself more than 60 years ago. which is why what happened this weekend is so special. and tonight's bay area proud. >> reporter: spend enoug
, vatican and salty foods that have been studied by world-class scientists at the national institutes of health. what is fascinating, what to do th all of tht. i will tell you something. i have been staunch allies about this. john: what does that mean? >>oard is the role of government when you find that that n certain people when you have exposure to a lot of these refined process foods, not apples and oranges internet and the rest off it, but the other stuff. in certain people it really, you know, based upon very credible brain scans and excellent work really works on the brain and the reward center just l very susceptible to this. here is what you need to do. if you take -- let's just take that bottle of nasty stuff there. let's just say we ta that right there. if you say that i cannot have a 16-ounce, what am i going to do if i have an isue like food addiction? i'm going to score in some other way. you can charge me, make me run around with 8 ounces instead of 16 ounces, but somehow i am going to sre this thing. you cannot do a thing about that john: you are against the ridiculous
, blah. but the national institutes of health fixed all that. now you can make the type bigger, increase contrast, even make it talk to you. just go to nihseniorhealth.gov and get the best medical information available anywhere. nih seniorhealth.gov. built with you in mind. >> grab a pen. aubrey has another great recipe from the culinary institute of america. >> remember earlier how we mentioned we were going to be making a toad in a frog? that's because we're going to be using an avocado instead of a piece of bread. we're going to take an avocado, and we're going to be using a knife. be careful. be gentle. just place the knife in the avocado, and we'll roll along the seed until you get to the other side. remove the knife, place the avocado in your hands, twist a little bit, and then open it up. now we're going to be removing the seed from the avocado. if you've never done this before, don't be afraid. you can ask someone to help you. it's very easy, and i'll show you exactly how you can do it in a very safe way. the way i do it, i like to have a towel to put the avocado on so i have a l
't work on computers, they're not senior-friendly. blah, blah, blah. but the national institutes of health fixed all that. now you can make the type bigger, increase contrast, even make it talk to you. just go to nihseniorhealth.gov and get the best medical information available anywhere. nih seniorhealth.gov. built with you in mind. >> there's no end to the amazing ways to spend time online. just click this. >> in comic books, superheroes battle evil to save the world, and if you've ever wanted to help, here's your chance, thanks to marvel.com. once you get to the home page, scroll down to "extras." click on "create your own comic." the site gives you all the things you need. first, decide what page layout you want. then choose your superheroes and villains. you can create sound effects, add backgrounds, and even write dialogue. when you've finished creating your comic, you can print it or e-mail it to friends. for comic book fans, i can sum up this site in one word -- marvel-ous! with "click this," i'm harry. >> there are lots of villains you love to hate, but there's only one villain yo
are to blame. >>> the national institute of health finds adult who drink more than 4 cans of soda have a greater risk of depression than those who done consume soda at all. it's still unknown how the drinks affect overall mental health. >>> same sex couples will soon be able to get married in washington d.c. it is the next step towards marriage equality. it is one of the nation's most prominent churches and it's used to celebrate new presidents. >>> is now a good time to use 280? >> it is and as a matter of fact we have been watching the south bay, it's a good time to get on the road and northbound 280 looks good getting up to 217. and on the sunole grade, passed mission all the way to the bottom of the hill there are no major problems as you drive down. let's go back to the desk. >>> we have been following overnight house in, two violent incidents just 90 minutes apart and we have big questions the police are trying to answer. >>> new news in the san francisco bay, what happened moments before a tanker sideswiped the bay bridge. >>> some cold air is on the way and we will talk about t
shot and killed himself last may. doctors of the national institutes of health said the brain shows -- doctors say head collisions in football are a likely cause. >>> it turns out the 49ers are sticking with david akers to kick in the playoff game against the packers on saturday night. jim harbaugh made the announcement today. he says david akers gives the 9ers the best chance to win. the team brought in billy cundiff last week. as 49er fans know all too well david akers lost his accuracy and missed 10-19 attempts from 40 yards or more. ktvu channel 2 news coverage starts at 4:00 p.m. on saturday. we will have the play book with mark ibanez and joe fonzi and then fox picks up at 4:30 p.m. with kickoff for 5:00 p.m. and stay tuned following the game for the point after. >>> only on 2, a good samaritan explains what happened next when he came upon a crash this morning. >> and is the fault capable of triggering a mega earthquake? why scientists are changing their theory about faults. welcome se my lcret d you are?air.an your worst nightmare mr. box. since you foolishly brought back yo
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may, two years after he retired. yesterday the national institute of health said seau's brain had abnormalities consistent with the disease known as chronic traumatic encephalopathy or cte. >> individuals that have been found to have cte in the past in some cases have exhibited behaviors such as impulsivity, irritability aggression memory loss, and suicidal thoughts. >> seau is the fifth former nfl player to commit suicide who was later found to have cte. >>> in baseball a change in the drug testing griemtd between the managers and the players' association. beginning next season, players will be tested for human growth hormones throughout the regular season. last year players were tested for hgh during spring training. >> to the nba now. some last-minute heroics sunk the heat in miami. lebron james snapped his 54 streak of 24 games. fourth quarter, under a minute to go. a three-pointer to put the trail blazers ahead. portland held on to beat miami. 92-90 is the final. >>> and an upsetting college hoops. singler scored 14 points. it was arizona's first loss of th
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